Dell Partners with 3 Other Tech Titans for Enhanced Cloud Offerings

Dell used their annual tech conference, aka, the Dell World conference last week to announce cloud-related partnership with their partners such as Microsoft, Google, Dropbox and Red Hat. Michael Dell used the opportunity to declare cloud computing as the new model for technology at Dell. In the announcement, Dell stated that his company will be bringing Windows Azure, Microsoft’s infrastructure as a service cloud platform, to their customers through the Dell Cloud Partner Program. It builds on their previously announced alliance around application development services on Windows Azure. Read the full story here.



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